Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Adam"

People with the first name "Adam"

Adam Abin Adam Alvis Adam Amadeus Adam Ambros Adam Asadoorian Adam Az Adam Bagus Rasyid Adam Bayu Adam Bearup Adam Bergmann Adam Beutel Adam Bleasdale Adam Bloom Adam Bort Adam Bottner Adam Błaszczak Adam Coppock Adam Czuprynski Adam Domecki Adam Farouk Adam Florin Adam Foth Adam Frias Adam Gabbatt Adam Gallager Adam Glidden Adam Gooding Adam Grimshaw Adam Grzandziel Adam Gust Adam Hanafi Adam Hennessey Adam Iliffe Adam Jago Adam Joinson Adam Joly Adam Kendler Adam Kolo Adam Kuthe Adam Kuzior Adam Lant Adam Larnach Adam Lesinski Adam Levy Adam Lieber Adam Limbada Adam Linderman Adam Loxley-Brown Adam Maclay Adam Mbulawa Adam Mcmonagle Adam Meza Adam Michalak Adam Narse Adam Nemeth Adam Neville-Jackson Adam Niazi Adam Norcott Adam Olmstead Adam Overlock Adam Pavey Adam Pipkin Adam Pismeny Adam Pite Adam Prescott Adam Protos Adam R. Wills Adam Rotunda Adam Ryley Adam Rzeszutko Adam Sams Adam Sargent Adam Satterthwaite Adam Siala Adam Slifko Adam Slough Adam Standage Adam Stawiarski Adam Stefanowski Adam Straley Adam Stroever Adam Szmyd Adam Tabbara Adam Tackley Adam Tahiri Adam Tas Adam Thicke Adam Toulmin Adam Tustanowski Adam Tyrakowski Adam Uglow Adam Visconti Adam W. Mcleod Adam Wenker Adam Willey Adam Wolbert Adam Woolever Adam Woolmer Adam Wurtzel Adam van Lohuizen

Information about "Adam"

Name-day: 24.12.

For this Adam there are 57910 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Adam are: Barish, Aanstad, Adam

In the ranking of the most common first names Adam is on position 62.

During the last seven days Adam was searched for 65 times.

Meaning of "Adam"

Male first name (German, English, French, Polish, Russian, Arabic): Adam, Man, Hebrew (Old Testament); adamah = the red earth, the earth, adam = man; adom = red; origin uncertain clarified, perhaps from Hebrew 'adam' (red) in the Bible, Adam is the progenitor of mankind, because Adam was created by God from earth, it is in the Bible, a word play on Hebrew 'adamah' (red earth), is used by the Jews themselves understood not as a first name, but is the word for 'man'

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